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    Boston

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    254 reviews

    History Buffs and Family Travelers love Boston, a perfect destination for a dip into the nation's history. The restaurant scene is also notable, not to mention Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. Sea levels around Boston are rising fast, though - within 100 years, high tide could lap at the steps of City Hall.

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    Wellesley

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Wellesley is an affluent suburb of Boston known mainly for the college of the same name located there. Located conveniently on the commuter rail, there are great restaurants and cute shops on the main street.

  • 3

    Charlestown

    Massachusetts, USA
    5
    1 review

    Home of more bank robbers than any other city! The movie "The Town" was based here, and you'll feel the unique culture here if you visit. The location is great, near downtown Boston and abutting the Mystic River.

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    Reading

    Massachusetts, USA
    5
    1 review

    I called this cute town my home for over a year and I love it. There's always something you can do here and in the surrounding towns. Best of all: It's just like 20 minutes away from Boston!

  • 5

    Brookline

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    7 reviews

    Brookline has a culture all is own, with the best selection of kosher restaurants available in Boston, charming book stores and art/gifts shops.

  • 6

    Somerville

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Somerville is a fun section of the Greater Boston area. Home to Inman, Porter, Teele, Ball, Magoun and Davis Squares; Somerville has a lot of small commerce centers for restaurants and shops. It is not always the easiest area to explore via public transport though... I highly recommend grabbing a car or biking to explore Somerville fully.

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    Amherst

    Massachusetts, USA
    3.5
    9 reviews

    Cute college town with a decent variety of shops, restaurants and things to do. It's surprisingly eventful town due to collegiate life!

  • 8

    Waltham

    Massachusetts, USA
    3.5
    4 reviews

    Brandeis University is located in this Boston suburb. There are some good restaurants, especially on Moody Street.

  • 9

    Cambridge

    Massachusetts, USA
    4
    44 reviews

    Beautiful place to walk around to see the green grass juxtaposed with the red brick buildings. Bring a camera and take a leisurely stroll.

  • 10

    Northampton

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    5 reviews

    Just stopped through once, it's a very liberal and highly educated town with a youthful population.

  • 11

    Westborough

    Massachusetts, USA
    4
    1 review

    nice little town near Tufts in No Grafton. Lots of churches

  • 12

    Nantucket

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    23 reviews

    Local or Coof, you come every summer or its your first time. This island has a magic that is unmistakeable.

  • 13

    Hyannis

    Massachusetts, USA
    4
    8 reviews

    One of the bigger towns on the Cape, with a lot to do here. Don't miss walking through the cute town center!

  • 14

    Sandwich

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    5 reviews

    Grew up here. My great..grandfather built the Sandwich Boardwalk at Town Neck Beach. Also have glass in the Sandwich Glass Museum. Sandwich House of Pizza best on the Cape. Belfry Inn my favorite Inn & Bistro.

  • 15

    Provincetown

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    40 reviews

    This is a cute and colorful town, with a fun artist vibe. Great little cafes and galleries.

  • 16

    Gloucester

    Massachusetts, USA
    4.5
    16 reviews

    Beautiful seaside city with delicious seafood restaurants and cute shops selling handmade items.

  • 17

    Woburn

    Massachusetts, USA
    3
    1 review

    always went to the movies there :)

  • 18

    Worcester

    Massachusetts, USA
    3
    10 reviews

    The city itself is a bit rough, with quite a crime problem and some really questionable areas. However, it also boasts great universities and the beautiful Lake Quinsigamond. If you come here, it is usually for a good reason, but hang on to your wallet!

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  • 19

    Chatham

    Massachusetts, USA
    5
    4 reviews

    Chatham still supports a commercial fishing operation, but clearly has a softer side: readers ranked it at the top of the survey for its sense of romance. One swoon-worthy hotel is the luxurious clapboard Chatham Bars Inn, set on 25 acres with its own private beach, spa, and more than two-dozen shingled cottages. Among public shores, Chatham Lighthouse Beach is ...

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    Vineyard Haven

    Massachusetts, USA
    4
    6 reviews

    Vineyard Haven is the most year-round of all the towns on Martha's Vineyard. It's got a selection of a few shops and is just a block up for the Steamship Authority.

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